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Have you checked out the Hatbox Theatre yet? It’s Concord’s most exciting new venue in the Steeplegate Mall. It’s a small, unique space perfect for the style of intimate performance that we love, and we’re happy to return there this fall.

September 29 at 7:30, you can catch Ross Malcolm Boyd & Jamie Feinberg in concert. They’re bringing their new duo set to New Hampshire for the first time this fall, and they’ll even be performing some musical improvisation from their theater improv days with Granite State Theatresports. Join them for a mix of originals and covers – and maybe some puppetry! – in a night you won’t soon forget. A custom version of one of Ross’ EPs is included in the price of admission.jr-square29.png

September 30 at 7:30, and October 1 at 2 p.m., Jocelyn Duford returns to Concord with her acclaimed one-woman touring production, Jocelyn’s ABC: Adult Broadway Cabaret. Jocelyn was a teaching artist for the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire and brought this and other performances north, and she’s happy to be returning the show to southern New Hampshire audiences. If you’ve ever seen Jocelyn, you know that she’s a stunning, hilarious performer with a knack for characters and a gorgeous, versatile voice. You truly don’t want to miss this ever-evolving tour-de-force showcase. She’ll be accompanied by Jamie Feinberg. joc-square2.png

Tickets will be available soon here. In the meantime, mark your calendars and round up some friends for a wonderful weekend of entertainment!

Join us this Sunday for a concert you won’t see anywhere else! 4 p.m. at the Derry Opera House!

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It’s that time again! Join us for an original concert that explores the history behind musicals on and off-Broadway in 1985. Patrick Guerrero and Deb Shaw emcee a fantastic cast of performers singing numbers from Singin’ in the RainNunsenseBig RiverThe Mystery of Edwin Drood plus some seldom heard numbers from the burlesque musical GrindMayor, the show based on the life of Ed Koch and much more!

Join us at the Derry Opera House at 4 p.m. Suggested donation for tickets at the door: $10 Adults, $5 Students. And if you can’t swing it, pay what you can, if you can, but most importantly, come! The theater is air-conditioned, and the seats are comfortable, so get yourself to an original performance you can’t see anywhere else.

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Mark your calendars! We’re teaming up with Amphora, a phenomenal Greek restaurant in Derry, NH, for an incredible evening of entertainment and deliciousness.

Jocelyn Duford’s new one-woman show (accompanied by Jamie Feinberg) will be at Amphora on Saturday, June 6 at 8:30 p.m. You’ll be able to purchase tickets on our website soon. Tickets will be a very affordable night out with a $15 cover with a 2 drink minimum – and the full menu, wine & beer will be available for purchase during the show! The show is recommended for ages 12 & up due to a few songs with adult language.

The hilarious Duford’s powerhouse voice and personality will be thoroughly showcased through a dynamic range of selections in this 90-minute tour through the alphabet (yes, there is a song for letter X too!). With the help of some simple props and costumes, she’ll play everything from the perpetually engaged Adelaide of Guys and Dolls to a cranky, jaded third grade teacher from Ruthless! to an evil but adorable cheerleader from Bring It On and the iconic stage mother Rose of Gypsy.
Here are a few photos from our debut performance in Gorham, NH last week. You won’t want to miss this!!!

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Musical theater dynamo Jocelyn Duford presents her Alphabet Broadway Cabaret, with one musical theater song for each letter of the alphabet! DSC_0160 smaller

The show debuts for one night only at the Medallion Opera House in Gorham, NH on Tuesday, May 5 at 7 p.m. Jocelyn will be accompanied by pianist Jamie Feinberg of Franconia.

The hilarious Duford’s powerhouse voice and personality will be thoroughly showcased through a dynamic range of selections in this 90-minute tour through the alphabet (yes, there is a song for letter X too!). With the help of some simple props and costumes, she’ll play everything from the perpetually engaged Adelaide of Guys and Dolls to a cranky, jaded third grade teacher from Ruthless! to an evil but adorable cheerleader from Bring It On and the iconic stage mother Rose of GypsyDSC_0473 smaller

Please note that this show is recommended for ages 12 & up.

Upcoming Performance:

Tuesday, May 5, 7 p.m. at the Medallion Opera House, 20 Park St., Gorham, NH

Tickets are $12 Adults, $10 Arts Alliance individual/family members, $5 Students (ages 12 & up), inquire for group rate

Tickets are available here or at the door.

NYMMT is back and better than ever with a 1965 concert that you do NOT want to miss. Hear songs from Flora, the Red Menace, Man of La Mancha, Half a Sixpence, Drat! the Cat! plus great lesser-performed tunes from revivals of Carousel, Guys and Dolls and more!

Special guests include Judy Pancoast, children’s singer/songwriter and your favorite Not Your Mom’s performers. Melody Reese debuts with us in this concert – she auditioned for us only a week or so after moving into town!

As always, tickets are $10, $5 for students, but they’re a suggested donation – pay what you can and bring some cash for our Audience Choice raffle. Hope to see you soon!

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When a theater company applies for the rights to a show, they are not GUARANTEED the rights until they’ve paid for them. Therefore, they aren’t allowed to promote the show, or even announce it in any way.

Well, we’ve applied for the rights to a show. This show is such a certified winner that we have been sworn to secrecy, even AFTER we get the rights, from telling anyone in the Boston area about our show. We can’t even post the information to websites, except our own! shh

Why are we agreeing to go along with this crazy, covert, weird musical stuff? Well, because who wouldn’t want to be a part of a top-secret show? Also, clearly, the show is just THAT GOOD.

If you believe that we have good taste in material, or you just like that there is a southern New Hampshire company refusing to stage anything but high-quality, lesser-known musicals that you just wouldn’t be able to see anywhere else, we need your help.

To learn about all of the ways you can get involved, click here.